In this volume, Larry Toothaker provides the procedures that will enable researchers to establish the significance of differences between two comparable groups. Issues addressed include: planned versus post-hoc comparisons; step-by-step versus simultaneous test procedures; types of error ra])G unequal sample sizes and variances; and interaction tests versus cell mean tests. Examples are used to illustrate major concepts.

Multiple Comparisons for the Two-Way ANOVA: Factorial or Randomized Blocks

When the topic of multiple comparisons is covered in most statistics or experimental design texts, considerable attention is placed upon MCPs for a one-way ANOVA, that is, a completely randomized design. Less attention is paid to ...

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